Haunted Houses are places we explore during this Halloween Season. But would you buy a haunted house to live in? More than 50% of home buyers would consider buying a haunted house. Many homeowners have already lived in a house with ghosts. Here is what a study performed by Realtor.com reveals. What signs are there to be aware of when buying a home that could be haunted? Does a cemetery on the property or nearby indicate a spooky home? Paying less than market rate for a home filled with ghosts is the norm. So if you are looking for a deal on a home, maybe a few ghosts are a worth the value. Levitating objects and ghost sightings are just a few of the crazy activities that are interesting when owning a house that is haunted.
By Guest Blogger, Linda Bailey
It doesn’t take much to turn a perfectly manicured lawn into an obstacle course for yourself or your pets. Keeping your yard clear of clutter can help you more than you realize. Aside from the obvious physical attributes of a clean lawn, there could also be some mental benefits as well. Why is it important to keep your yard clear of the clutter?
By Guest Blogger, Tom Corliss
With the tough real estate market that we find ourselves in recently anything that you can do to help get your property sold faster and for more money helps. I have been helping people do just this for years now and here are some Cosmetic Fixes to Sell Your House Fast. Read More
Neighborhoods are such an integral part to why we choose a home. A good neighborhood is a criteria when determining to buy a home and to stay in the home. Engaging our neighbors and making them part of our lives is what makes communities thrive. One great way to introduce yourself to your neighbors or to just continue your relationship with them is to try driveway dinners or a block parties. Read More
There have been some research conducted to showcase what are the hottest new home trends of 2012. 2012 was a year of improved economy and an increase in home sales and home remodel projects. Read More